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Top 10 Android Apps in 2019 Discovered

Updated on December 22, 2019
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Barb has been a professional android journalist for over a decade now. Nowadays she writes to share her expertise.

Looking for better Android Apps to optimize your daily Android device functioning?

Look no more. Because today I explore the 10 best Android applications that are extremely useful and will make your dull Android device experience a truly worthy one!

There's a big chance that you might already have some of these apps because they are quite widespread in the Android community. However, it is never too late to explore them better even if you have them.

top 10 android apps in 2019
top 10 android apps in 2019

Sure, there might be tons of other applications out there along with so many alternative apps as well. But we need to question, are they truly legit and is their value limited to the routines of the users that utilize them? We discover! Today I unveil the true potential of 10 of the best Android apps in the game that have been dominating the market.

Today I unveil the true potential of 10 of the best Android apps in the game that have been dominating the market over the year.

My Top 10 Android App Picks for 2019

1. LastPass Password Manager
2. SwiftKey
3. Google Drive
4. Google Maps
5. Google Assistant
6. Pocket Casts
7. Spotify
8. Medium
9. Zedge
10. Tasker

1. LastPass Password Manager - Keep all your passwords stored in one spot

LastPass Password Manager is a must-have android app because this app is a great safe and secure password manager that lets the users save their every login credential. A handy feature of this app is that it generates seriously badass passwords that can be used for various accounts which are impossible to conjure up under normal mortal brain capacities. And the whole application is controlled with one master password. Users only need to remember this one master password and not a thousand passwords of a thousand different accounts.

What's even great about this app is that it caters to multi-platforms so users can use it on computers, smartphones or whatever device it is. If the users want a better experience, they can upgrade to the premium version from a free version also. In addition to this, the app also offers the LastPass Authenticator component for added security management.

2. SwiftKey

SwiftKey keyboard has become one of the most world-renowned powerful third-party customizable keyboards in 2019. I know this app is as it says because I am a massive fan of it as well. Google default keyboard can't even come close to this keyboard app even by a mile. This app had its official market launch several years ago with a predictive engine unlike anything of its kind had ever seen before therefore shot to stardom within a short amount of time and the app continues to grow even further. What is even better about this app is that it is free to download and there are only some themes that are purchasable and everything else is free to access.

Features of this application include SwiftKey flow for gesture typing, number row, multiple language preferences, cross-device syncing, and many more.

3. Google Drive

As you all know, Google Drive is a cloud storage service which can be accessed free of charge for casual cloud services and where users get 15GB free permanently when signing up. The app offers cloud packages ranging from $1.99-$299.99 per month. So what's special about this app? The speciality is the suite of android apps that comes with it. This includes Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Photos, Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Keep. These components Google Drive offers are extremely useful and to get all these multi-task able apps under one banner is the greatest asset it offers its users.

4. Google Maps

There is no doubt that Google Maps is the best navigation app nowadays. What makes the app great are the frequent updates it gets that only adds to its already existing astonishingly lavish list of features. Aside from these basic nav features, the app also offers data on places of interest, current traffic data, directions with pit-stops where you can actually add custom stops to an ongoing route and offline maps too albeit for a relatively brief period of time.

5. Google Assistant

This one right here is actually one of the most powerful apps in mobile software existence. Google Assistant is compatible with a number of android device models and the users can even give custom commands and supports a variety of new commands as well. Users can now use existing commands to make it do even math question for them and ask about population control and control house lights as well. Google Assistant offers components such as Google, Bose Bluetooth headphones and etc which helps extend the functionality of the device even further. But most importantly, Google Assistant is free. Alexa is known to be an alternative solution for the Google Assistant but this app has surpassed it by a mile though it lacks in the support department still.

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Aside from these basic nav features, the app also offers data on places of interest, current traffic data, directions with pit-stops where you can actually add custom stops to an ongoing route and offline maps too albeit for a relatively brief period of time.

6. Pocket Casts - For the podcast lovers

This app may come with a price tag of $3.99 but this is one of the best podcast apps in existence today. If you are a fan of podcasts like me, I am 100% sure this app will be your new favourite for listening to podcasts. This app is insanely stable compared to others and it also allows users to download and stream podcasts as well. In addition to that, it features audio-only and video podcasts as well. Definitely worth checking out.

7. Spotify

Fan of music and addicted to music? Don't have time to looks around for good new music? Fret not my friend because Spotify is one of the BEST music streaming services in existence today. Believe this baby right here is a much better service than Apple music though this is a debatable topic for some, therefore, we shall leave it for discussion some other day.
With this app, stream any music you want from any device. On top that the app offers freedom to its users to make their own custom playlists, follow artists and sync tracks for offline listening.

8. Medium

This is actually a high profile blogging platform that anyone can use freely. Just write up your story and publish. If you get to be a part of the metered paywall of Medium, you will get a small allowance for your articles as well. Because of this, this platform is extremely popular thus it draws numerous popular authors, journalists, actors and other important personalities. This further proves the high quality of the platform so definitely check it out.

9. Steam

If you are a casual PC gamer, you are probably familiar with this application. This is actually the biggest and the most prolific gaming community plus storefront world-renowned for PC gaming. Through this app, users have access to steam gaming store where users can buy countless gaming titles and access the steam community.

10. Tasker

This application comes free as well as with purchasable content that is priced at $2.99. But if the users want to get the maximum benefit or unleash the true potential of this app, they need to exercise patience a great deal to properly get the hang of the app. The main function of this app is to allow users to create their own custom commands which can be used during various times. Users can even use Tasker to create very complex commands for NFC tags as well. Truly though, its quite hard to explain the true potential of what this app is capable of. Users need to use it and witness themselves how proficient it is at task automation of a device.

top 10 android apps 2019
top 10 android apps 2019

Afterword

So, these are my top 10 picks for the top 10 android apps of 2019. So what are your thoughts on it? Do comment on your own preferences down below!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Barbara Vega

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